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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Sioux Center, IowaEditorials \ thursday july 1.1.,.1974. The Sioux Center news Page 2 too Hafk Molj fro web or pm Wiy your Faith mine Why is inflation continuing a steady and alarming climb we hear All types of reasons 1 excessive govern ment spending 2 greedy Price manipulators 3 demand for products greatly outpacing Supply. Actually we Are told by expert economists the greatest culprits of All is governments of the world have created too much Money. There has during the past three years especially been a world monetary explosion. The governments of the major industrialized nation have turned up the Speed on their Money presses. Consequently Way too much Money Cash in Public hands plus demand deposits in commercial Banks was created by Central Banks. The u. S., we learn has had the highest rate of growth in the Money Supply since the end of world War ii and particularly during 1972 and 1973. Dur ing those two years Money grew by about 8 percent. That s twice As fast As what Many economists regard As Normal. With All the new Money around to Chase a limited Supply of foods and services it is no wonder prices soared. Why have Central Banks created such a generous Supply of Money you ask one reason is that the Federal government permit Ted massive budgetary deficits. These amounted to some $69 billion in the last five years. If the new debt of government sponsored corporations is included the total comes to $110 billion. Federal officials Point out that it was necessary to ease the financing of the deficit to prevent chaos in the Money markets. By buying Treasury securities itself the government creates Money. Treasury debt they note is the basis of the ration s entire superstructure of debt and must be safeguarded. Other inflationary factors have been the rash of safety and social legislation passed by Congress. These push up business costs. does the Rise in social Security taxes half of which Are paid directly by employers. Principally though too High Money growth created run away inflation. That being the Case it can be cured gradually by reducing the growth in the Money Supply. During recent weeks there appears to be a great de termination on the part of Federal Reserve officials to hold the line on Money. It is a Welcome and overdue stand. It could be the Only Long Range salvation of the nation s Economy and the individuals pocketbook. To Westfall deeds filed in Sieux county Harry Hewitt sol to Gerald m. Van beek & of l 14, Willow addn., Rock Valley $1. William f. Hill & of to p. Dennis Robertson & of r of 1, Bellevue 2nd addn., Hawarden $1. William Meyn & of to Kenneth r. Meyn & of r n a so a 26-97-44. $1. Mary Naber wow to Harold l. Naber pts a 26-95-43. $1. David j. Broek Etal to far. Coop soc. R swv4 36-96-46. $100,000. Maurice a. Tepaske extra to Paul e. Adkins & of is 6-8, blk 2., Jansen s addn., Sioux Center. $7000. Johanna Vermeer Etal to Daryl Van Wye r is 9 & 10, South addn., Sioux enter. $1. Jake h. Vande Brake & of Etal to Sioux Center Community school dist. Blk 4, 5 & 6, Vande Brake addn., Sioux Center $43,125. Herman Van Holland Etal to Rolena Vangroothees r eve of 1-97-46. $1. Herman Van Holland & of to Rolena Vangroothees r s use a 1-97-46. $1. Jake h. Vande Brake & of to a. J. Vander Wilt r of 5, North Sioux Center. Phillip b. Anderson & of to Richard l. Doescher & of l 4 in Aud sub & rpt blk 2, Cutler s addn., Hawarden. $1. John Wissink Etal to Robert e. Klein & of rswv4 16-97-46. $1. Johanna Margaret Lihudis wow to John Lihudis Etal Wei l 9 & All is 10-12, blk 13, North Sioux Center. $1. Delbert l. Volow a of to Charles t. Lankhorst & of l 1 in Aud sub blk 13, Van orman s addn., Hawarden. $17,500 Joubert Wassenaar & of to Wendell d. Gplbert 4 of r l 5, blk 19, South addn.,Orange City. $1. La st. By Hull to Brian w. Kleinwolteri Ink & of r is 25-27 blk 3 Kooiker s add. Hull. $1. Sioux county court House news Jake Hulsman & of to Henry Vanderstouwe & of i 5, blk 4, Huisman s addn., Sioux Center. $1. Lavere m. Edmunds & of to Nathalie j. Schiefen it is 4-6, blk 42, Ames add. To Calliope $1. Glen Schut & of to Harold w. Vugteveen & of it swv4 new a 26-95-45. $1. Far st. Bk., Hawarden to e. V. Slife it sev4 Swa 36-95-48. $1. Sioux county la. To Harriet a. Van Voorst is 10 & 11, blk 5, Matlock. $350. Garrit r. Kanis Etal to Marion Schale Kamp & of l 4, blk 20, South addn.,Orange City. $1. Henry j. Moret & of to Nick j. Bomgaars Etal it e a nwv4 9-95-45. $1. Thomas j. De Jong & of to Frank de Vries Vij int in it l 5 in sub of is 1 & 2, blk 23, Orange City. $1. Henry c. Braafhart & of to Gerard e. Mulder & of r l 7 in sub of it blk 25, East addn., Orange City. $1. Grace d. Treneman & is to Leneth o. Visser & of l 3, blk 42, Orange City. $1. Darrel Rensink & of to Curry Mitchell Pikkaart & of l 4, blk 1, de Stigter s 1st addn., Sioux Center. $1. Sharon Kay Vande Steeg & is to har old John Dykstra l9, blk i Maurice.$3000. Maurice a. Tepaske & of to Roger w. Evans & of l 40 & it l 41, College add Sioux Center. $1. Herbert j. Remmerde & of to John h. Remmerde & of r be /4 be / 10-96-46. $1.floyd e. Achterhof & of. To Viola Koopmans r l 53, Mouw addn., Sioux Center. $1. Fred Brandes or & of to Brookville development inc., Orange City r is 10 & 12 & All l 11, blk 3, West 1st addn., Orange City. $1. Sec. . Bk., Sheldon to far. Coop. Assn., Boyden r l 4 & All is 5 & 6, blk 1, Boyden. $1. The last will and testament of Wil Liam l. Rens late of Hull has been filed for probate. Christina j. Rens was appointed executor without Bond. The estate of the late Minnie Scholten paid $148.30 state inheritance tax. The last will and testament with codicil of Ida Wegner late of Hawarden was filed for probate. Creighton Wegner and Elwood Youngkin were appointed executors with Bond set at $60,000.00. The state of Iowa has charged Steven Lee Schuller of Hawarden with interference with administration of Justice. Said charge was transferred from the magi Strate court of Richard l. Smith to the District court. Bond was set and furnished in the amount of $500.00. Pamela Rose Hulstein was granted a dissolution of marriage from Robert Ray Hulstein. The last will and testament of Sam Holtrop late of Sioux Center has been filed for probate. Mina Holtrop was appointed executor without Bond. The last will and testament of Jacob Brink late of Maurice was filed with 1 1 out present administration. The last will and testament of Henry Koerselman late of Boyden was admitted to probate. Arie Koerselman and Alid Caswell were appointed executors with out Bond. Elmer e. Vanroekel of Maurice was granted a dissolution of marriage from Pearl Vanroekel. Information was filed in magistrate court and transcribed to District court charging Dallas Duane Welch with opera Ting a motor vehicle while under the in fluence of intoxicants. Petition for administration was filed in the estate of Gerrit John Leusink late of Rural Sioux Center. Bond was set in the amount of $12,000.00. Genevieve leu sink was appointed executrix. . Sen. Dick Clark reports the Rural doctor i Ortago a recent Federal report documents the serious doctor shortage that exists in Rural America. In Iowa for instance 94 of the 99 counties Are below the National average of 1.47 doctors for every 1,000 persons. Like Many other states Iowa s health rare system suffers from three Basic prob lems. First is the Overall shortage of doctors. Second these doctors Are not Well distributed geographically. Health services generally tend to be concentrated in metropolitan areas leaving Rural areas Short staffed. For Iowa the problem is made Jhm out Attr 3 3rd . Sioux Center Iowa 51 Iso Roy m. Gardner editor Roy m. & Miry Louise Gardner publishers pull thud f very thursday and cow Poitan paid at Sioux up of older residents who have a greater need for health services. The third problem is the Lack of Gener al practitioners and the concentration of specialists in the larger counties. The University of Iowa made inroads toward solving the problem through an expanded program that has increased enrol ment in the medical school and re established the role of the general practitioner the University s program is encouraging but much More still must be done. Legislation now is moving through con Gress which addresses itself to the continuing problem of inadequate health Man Power. The thrust of the legislation is to make medical students aware of the amount of Federal Money that is being spent on their education an amount estimated to be Over 50 percent of the total. The legislation requires each medical doctor and health professional who receives Federal assistance for their Educa Tion to pay Back a Small portion of their Public supported education by serving a limited period a maximum of two years in a medically undeserved area either in private practice or with the National Public health service corps. The american taxpayer underwrites the major share of the Cost of medical education in this country. Yet we have failed to create programs to bring the National newspaper Rath county 1 2, �9 out ilm Sioux county $6 per yer 15 single copy. Official City county paper phone 722-Ouo, Sioux Center for soft water Cement Jerry re runs Sioux Curt fruit of that invest ment Good health ser vices Back to the people who paid for it and this legislation seeks to Correct this in equity. Marriage licenses marriage licenses this week in Sioux county David Charles Bliss 19, Orange City Brenda k. Shepherd 17, Hospers. Clement James Lundberg 26, Glen Wood Springs Colo. Darla Marie Hasel Huhn 25, Glenwood Springs Colo. A w w let. New cirs stoic comity w w w new autos l. V. Grooters Boyden Chevrolet. Anton or Marie Talsma Sheldon Hornet. Paul punt Sioux Center Ford. Larry Kuipers Sioux Center Chevrolet Howard den Hartog Sioux Center Chevrolet. Edward Wielenga Orange City Chevrolet. James or Margaret Williams Hawarden. Chevrolet. Dan or Catherine Voorderman Sioux Center Dodge. Marvin Thelen Granville Chevrolet. Nick Van beek Rock Valley chevre poor Henry Henry was superintendent of a Rural sunday school. He was a Good superintendent too. He worked hard at his Job and was making a solid contribution to the Christian education program of the Church everyone appreciated his efforts and liked him personally. He was recognized As the very Backbone of the sunday school. Then it happened Henry quit. Yes. Sir right in the Middle of doing the Best Job anyone had Ever done in that Church Henry quit Why Well it seems Henry liked to sing. He Felt he was Short changing the congregation if he did t Lead them in singing All four verses of a four verse hymn. Or All five verses of a five verse hymn. Some of the members thought four or five verses were too Many. They thought two verses were a gracious plenty to sing of any hymn. One Day one of them said Henry four or five verses of a hymn Ai a too Many. Why Don t we sing just two that did it Well Henry said in righteous indignation if you Don l like the Way i Lead the sunday school you can get yourself another boy with that he stalked out of the building never to return. Poor Henry he needed the sunday school so. But even More the sunday school needed Henry. In t it a shame our relationships Are bound together by such slender threads in t it too bad the real contribution Henry was making had to cease because his too sensitive feelings were More important than the Job at hand in t it tragic that in a War torn mixed up hell Bent world wounded Pride took precedence Over the privilege of doing some Good. / poor Henry. Poor sunday school. Poor world we. Klarenbeek Fairview Ford. Gregory d. Vreeman Ireton Chevrolet rat umber co Rock Valley International. Kepp construction co., Orange City Ford. William g. Wassink Sioux Center Dodge. Ronald w. Callenius Sheldon jeep. Daryl Mouw Boyden Chevrolet. Peter w. De Jager Maurice Chevrolet. Julius Winterfeld Ireton Ford. Vern & Arv s electric inc., Boyden Dodge. notice Alan Hofland Orange City Chevrolet. Harold or Darlene Sohl Hull Chevrolet. Donald or Joyce Adkins Hospers Chevrolet. Edith Sheehan Sioux Center Chevrolet. Lee or Charlotte Kramer Maurice Volkswagen. Ralph Harley Alderman jr., Rock Val Ley jeep. Gerald or Patricia Van is Orange City Ford. Jule or Rose Schilmoeller Granville Ford. Joe Vanommeren Orange City Ford. Irvin or Marie Streff Alton Ford. Edward Schreuer Orange City Oldsmobile. John or Mary Van Middendorp Sioux Center Chevrolet. John or Edna Fedders Orange City Chevrolet. Ervin or Darlene Verrips Sheldon Pontiac. John or Dorothy Schuller Alton Buick. New trucks Paul Winchell Orange City Chevrolet. we read in exodus 20-8, remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy. The lord has blessed the Sabbath Day and Hal Lowed it. It filled our heart with sorrow when we read in the paper that Sandy hollow will be open for Public swimming on sundays. Of course this does not Surprise us too my shop will be closed from july 15 to August 1. Ted Vermeer Barbershop we read in Jer. 17 9, the heart is deceitful above All things,.and desperately wicked who can know it. We Are living in a time of spiritual declension and when the lord with holds his restraining race. Then we More and More live out what lies in our heart. Never the less we Are living in a Chris Tian Community. Please understand now the word Christian is used Here in it s broader sense unto us Are committed the oracles of god. We Are responsible for our deeds and our actions. In Isaiah 58-13 we read if thou turn away thy foot from the Sabbath from do ing thy pleasure on my holy Day and Call the Sabbath a Delight the holy of the lord honourable and Shalt honour him not doing thine own ways nor finding thine own pleasure nor speaking thine own words " then we read in the next verse also in chapter 56-2-4-5, and Many other places of tha Blessing s the lord j will bestow upon those that keep the Sab Bath from polluting it. On the other hand we read in Many places of his word of the displeasure upon those that pollute the Sabbath Day. We hear the lord speaking thru the Mouth of Nehemiah what evil thing is this that you do and profane the Sabbath Day. Did not your fathers thus and did not our god bring All this evil upon us and upon this City yet be bring More Wrath upon Israel by prof Aning the Sabbath the same god still lives and this god Given moral Law the fourth commandment As Well As the other nine Are still in effect. Already the Sabbath Day is desecrated in so Many ways. Who can Lay his hand on his bosom and say i am not guilty and now must this temptation this snare be Laid also before our dear children and before the general Public in proverbs 22-6 we read train up a child in the Way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it. In Eph. 6-4 we Are commanded to bring them up in the future and admonition of the lord. To train and to bring them up thus is impossible in our own strength. Can we attend Church service on sunday morning and possibly at that service or maybe in our prayer at our noon meal ask the lord for help and guidance in bringing up our children and then with a Clear con science transport them to Sandy hollow and have them desecrate the Sabbath in " such a manner we sincerely Hope that the responsible parties May be pricked in their hearts reconsider this matter and that the fear of inciting god s Wrath May cause you to close this place on the Sabbath Day. With All our love and concern the consistory of Netherlands re formed Church 4 want to help you grow we offer a variety of opportunities to fit your Money requirements. Call Stop in or write us today hilf1nc is our business ii first National Bank member of Dkl in Sioux Center

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